Category: Hackintosh

nVidia Web Driver

What is nVidia Mac Driver or Web Driver? nVidia Mac driver is an additional macOS driver provided by nVidia itself instead of Apple. Apple pack macOS with its own GPU Kexts but when nVidia webdriver is installed, Apple’s native GPU Kexts becomes inactive. nVidia web-driver is required to make Maxwell and latest Graphics cards work in …

Hackintosh BIOS Settings

When starting to install or configure a Hackintosh, you must begin with Bios configuration, without proper Bios configuration system may reboot, kernel panic or cause some other issues, this guide shows how to configure bios for a hackintosh

Backing up and Restoring your Hackintosh

Updating a hackintosh always has the potential for things to go wrong, so it is always recommended to have a backup copy of your data. The safest method is to have your data backed up to a separate drive or NAS (Network Attached Storage); however, this can become very expensive especially if you have a lot …

Building a Hackintosh

If you’re looking to build a Hackintosh and have never built a computer before, chances are you have a lot of questions. This will be a basic run down of what components a computer needs and what components you’ll need should you chose to build a hackintosh.

How to Force Enable TRIM in macOS

A Trim command which allows an operating system to inform a solid-state drive (SSD) which blocks of data are no longer considered in use and can be wiped internally. Trim was introduced soon after SSD’s started to become an affordable alternative to traditional hard disks. Because low-level operation of SSDs differs significantly from hard drives, the …

Hackintoshing a Laptop Basic Informations

Why you shouldn’t hackintosh a laptop… One exceeding common question we get in the Hackintosh community is “What laptops are good for OS X?” Well…a Macbook Pro. Hackintoshing on a laptop is very difficult, for a number of reasons. The hardware is a lot more customized by the manufacturer, so it’s a lot harder to find …

What is Ozmosis, a firmware based Bootloader…

Generally when your machine boots, the firmware (UEFI or BIOS) looks to the hard drive to trigger the boot-loader. However, Apple Mac’s have a special boot-loader stored in their firmware along with the UEFI. Because of this, the OS X installer does not include a boot-loader on it’s own. To get around this, hackintoshers install Clover …

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